The Copy Android app has made the leap to version 3.0, and for the big release, the developers have introduced Chromecast support. With this update, users can stream pictures, music, and video straight from their cloud storage accounts to their televisions.

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With this update, Copy has rolled out a feature that its major competitors have yet to bring to the table. It's possible to stream content from Dropbox or Google Drive, but it requires installing a third-party app to do so. Copy is now ready to let you do so natively.

What's new:

  • Chromecast support! You can now stream your movies, photos, and audio to a Chromecast-connected television.
  • Major stability improvements
  • UI enhancements

The app has also been rewritten from the ground up, and it relies on a new C++ backend that is shared by both Android and iOS. Users can get 15GB for free, so check it out below if for no other reason than to store a handful of files that you find yourself casting from time to time.